Here is the news I keep running across today. The U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote on whether or not to raise the minimum wage to $9 an hour. This means that many workers will be forced to take a pay cut in order to afford food and housing on a daily basis.
I know that there have been a lot of studies on the negative impact of the minimum wage on the economy, but as someone who is a full-time student, I think this is a good, if not great, thing for the economy. On the other hand, I also think it’s a terrible idea, as it will cause so many people to lose out on other opportunities. I feel that the average person should be allowed to keep the pay they are currently earning.
I guess we could argue that the minimum wage is the wrong minimum wage. It is, but I think the overall effect on the economy is probably more positive than negative.
My argument for allowing the minimum wage to go up is that it will give people a chance to get something they otherwise could not afford. I feel like with the minimum wage being higher than the poverty threshold, people are going to be forced into the economy. If we allow the minimum wage to go up, it will be less of a struggle for some jobs to get people to take a wage that is above the poverty threshold.
The question of whether to raise the minimum wage has been debated for decades, but no one really has a good answer for it. Some people think that by raising it, we will reduce income inequality, but I think we need to be careful about this. I think we should be more cautious about how much we raise the minimum wage.
I agree with the idea that it is a good idea to get businesses to pay more tax for products and services sold to the public, but I don’t think that should be the whole of the solution. I think that raising the minimum wage is important, but I also think that the whole idea of “paying more to get more” is a bad one.
I think that the argument against paying more to get more is that we end up paying more for the same thing again, so we end up paying more to get less, and that is a bad idea.
That’s where I think the whole conversation ends. If I had to take one side, I would say that the argument is that the wages of the average person in the US are so low that the minimum wage is a good idea. The other side would say that the minimum wage is too high because it encourages people to work even if they don’t have enough money to survive, and that is a bad idea.
So I would point out that the minimum wage is something that comes from our government, and is set by Congress. A job is defined as one that receives $20 per hour and is expected to last 12 hours. A person who is a minimum wage employee is one that is expected to work for 12 hours a day without a break, and to be paid $10.25 per hour.
Also, I agree that it is ridiculous that a job with no break (that is, one that is expected to work for 12 hours a day) is considered a job. But since Congress set the minimum wage, it is necessary that Congress set the minimum wage and the work-hours that a job must have. While I realize the minimum wage is high, it is not unreasonable for a company to raise the minimum wage to keep pace with inflation.